Proof that the Calumet 100th celebrations are well under way! Made from recycled material, the following mural was created by 20 children and 15 adults, under the artistic supervision of Jacques Charbonneau. The creation of this mural was a planned activity for the 100th and the result can now be appreciated by all at the Calumet library.
More information regarding the upcoming festivities can be found in Review article “Calumet celebrates its 100th with activities full of tradition, values and good company“, by contacting the Grenville-sur-la-Rouge municipality or by visiting the Culture and Recreation Facebook page.
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